In League of Legends Wild Rift, Pantheon is a diver champion played in a baron lane and sometimes in a Jungle or Mid-lane. Pantheon primarily deals physical damage with his attacks and abilities. For Baron lane, Pantheon is considered as an A-tier pick.
In Wild Rift, Pantheon is considered as an easy-to-play champion based on his abilities and playstyle, but it requires lots of practice to master it. In this post, we will look at the Best Item Builds, Runes, Spells for Pantheon, including some tips and tricks we have found especially for you.
Wild Rift Pantheon Guide with Best Item Builds, Runes, Spells, and Abilities analysis
Let’s start with runes first,
Best Runes for Pantheon in Wild Rift
|Gain Stacks of adaptive force when hitting a champion with a separate attack or abilities. It stacks up to 5 times. When fully stacked, deals bonus adaptive damage to and champion.|
Per Stack: (2-6) bonus AD or (3-9) AP for 8 seconds
Fully Stacked Bonus: Meele: 10% Ranged: 7% Bonus adaptive damage to champions.
Gain 7 AD and 2% armor penetration, or 14 AP and 2% Magic penetration (Adaptive).
Gain 20 max health, unique champion takedown grants 20 max health and 4% tenacity.
Deal 10% true damage to epic monsters and turrets. Earn an extra 100 gold and 500 XP upon taking or assisting in taking these objectives.
Note: If you are playing against a champion with lots of burst AP or AD damage, then pick Hunter Vampirism instead of Brutal and Regenrestion instead of Hunter Titan for more sustainability.
Now, Let’s look at the Best Summoners Spell for Pantheon in Wild Rift,
Best Summoners Spell for Pantheon in Wild Rift
|Flash undoubtedly the best spell for any champion you play. Flash is used to teleport your champion forward for any aimed direction. (Cooldown: 150 seconds)|
|Ignites target enemy champion, dealing (60-410) true damage based on the champion level over 5 seconds and inflicting them with grievous wounds. Grievous wounds reduce healing effects by 50%.|
Note: If you are playing as a Jungler then pick Smite instead of Ignite.
Now, Let’s look at the most important part of this guide, “Best Item Builds for Pantheon in Wild Rift“,
Best Item Builds for Pantheon in Wild Rift
The Best thing about Pantheon you can use various build paths based on the enemy champion you are facing. So, Let’s begin,
1. Jungler Pantheon Item Build
When you are playing Pantheon as a Jungler, build Yoummu’s Ghostblade as your first item as it will grant you +50 attack damage with +10 armor penetration. Yoummu’s Ghostblade also provides extra movement speed and +25% attack speed when momentum reaches 100 stacks, which is very helpful while ganking. After the Yoummu’s Ghostblade, Build Black cleaver as your second item as it will grant you +350 max health with +30 attack damage and +25 ability haste. Black Cleaver also reduces the enemy’s armor by 4% for 6 seconds which stack up to 6 times up to 24%.
Build Ninja Tabi boot as your third item as it will grant you +15 armor and +40 movement speed. After the Ninja Tabi, build Guardian Angle as your third item as it will grant you +40 attack damage and +40 armor.
Core Items for Panteon Jungler:
2. Baron Lane Pantheon Item Build
When you are playing as a Pantheon as baron laner, build Black Cleaver as your first item as it will grant you +350 max health with +30 attack damage and +25 ability haste. After the Black Cleaver, Build Yoummu’s Ghostblade as your second item as it will grant you +50 attack damage with +10 armor penetration.
Build Ninja Tabi as your third item as it will grant you +40 movement speed with +15 armor. After the Ninja Tabi, Build Death’s Dance as your third item as it will give you +300 max health, +30 attack Damage with+15 ability haste, and +10% physical vamp.
Core Item for Panteon Jungler:
3. Panteon Item build vs AD, AP Assassion Chmapion
Maw of Malmortious
When you are playing against AD or AP Champion, you have to change your build path slightly to counter them. If the enemy team as AP assassin champions like Katarina, Fizz, or Akali, then include Maw of Malmortious in your item build. Maw of Malmortious will grant you +45 attack damage, +35 magic resistance with +10 ability haste. In Wild Rift, the best item you can build to counter Assassin champion is Stasis Enchant.
4. Panteon Item Build vs Tanks
In Wild Rift, Mortal Reminder is the best Item you can buy to counter tanky enemy champion as it will grant you +45 attack damage and +30% armor penetration.
Now, Let’s move on to the Pantheon Skill analysis with best attack combos,
Wild Rift Panteon Skill analysis with Best Attack Combos
Let’s start with Panteon’s skill analysis first,
Wild Rift Panteon Skill analysis (Ability analysis)
1. Passive Skill
|After 5 attacks or abilities, Panteon’s next basic ability is enhanced.|
2. Comet Spear (First Ability)
|Tap Cast: Stabs forward, dealing 55 physical damage (55 + 100% bonus AD). Refunds 50% comet’s spear’s cooldown. |
Charge Cast: Hurls the spear, dealing the same damage to the first enemy hit and 50% less to subsequent targets.
Enemies below 35% Health are critically hit for 110 physical damage (110 + 150% bonus AD).
Mortal Will: Deals an additional 20 Physical damage (20+ 100% AD) and slows by 30% for 1.5 seconds.
3. Shield Vault (Second Ability)
|Dash to an enemy, stunning for 1 second and dealing 65 physical damage (65+ 100% AP).|
Mortal Will: Follows up with an attack that strikes 3 times, dealing a total of 79 physical damage (135% AD).
Base Damage: 65/90/115/140
4. Aegis Assault (Third Ability)
|Block all incoming damage for a direction for 1.5 seconds and deal 58 physical damage (100% AD) to nearby enemies. In the end, slam forwards and deal 60 physical damage (60+ 150% bonus AD).|
Mortal Will: Block for 2.5 seconds and deal 97 physical damage (167% AD) over the duration instead.
Base Damage: 60/120/180/240
5. Grant Starfall (Ultimate)
|Gather Strength to leap high into the air, crashing down at the target area a few seconds later. Deals up to 300 magic damage (300 + 100% AP) to enemies in a line. |
Grant Starfall instantly readies Mortal will.
Damage is decreased by up to 50% at the edges of the landing area.
Base Damage: 300/500/700
Now, Let’s look at the best attack combos for Pantheon,
Best Attack Combos for Pantheon in Wild Rift
In Wild Rift, you can create various attack combos with Pantheon depending on the enemy champion you are facing. The most common attack combo use by many pantheon mains is,
To attack Enemies in the range:
Shield vault (Second Ability) > Basic Attacks > Comet Spear (First Ability) > Aegis Assault (Third Ability)
To Attack Champions out of your range:
Grand Starfall (Ultimate) > Shield vault (Second Ability) > Basic Attacks > Comet Spear (First Ability) > Aegis Assault (Third Ability)
Which Panteon Ability you should upgrade first?
When playing as Pantheon, first unlock all three basic abilities, then continue levelling up the first ability until it maxed out. After that, upgrade your second ability to the max level, then upgrade your third ability until it maxed out. Don’t forget to unlock and upgrade your ultimate whenever available.
|Pantheon Ability Upgradation Path|
Wild Rift Pantheon Counters
Wild Rift Pantheon Gameplay Tips and Tricks
- Use Panteon Ultimate (Grand Starfall) to secure Commonly objectives like Baron and Dragons. In Wild Rift, Pantheon commonly played in a baron lane, so you can use your Ultimate to help your team in Teafight happening near Dragon and Baron.
- Always use your second ability (Shield vault) to stun enemies’ AD Carry in Team fights.
- Pantheon can use his third ability (Aegis Assault) to safely retreat from the team fight as Pantheon will not take any incoming from a direction for 1.5 seconds.
What role do I play as a Pantheon?
In Wild Rift, Pantheon is commonly played in a baron lane.
How good is Pantheon in Wild Rift?
In Wild Rift, Pantheon is considered as an A-tier for Baron Lane.
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